Desautels Faculty of Management news
Desautels BCom students Marc-Antoine Allen, Nicolas Bellemare, and Ryan M. Galea have won 3 of the 8 scholarships offered by the Montreal CFA Society in collaboration with CFA Institute.
Dr. Nancy Adfer, slikarka in strokovnjakinja za menedžment (Article on Professor Nancy Adler in Slovenian)
(Article on Professor Nancy Adler in Slovenian) Bila je jesen in bil je Bled. In bila je Nancy, ki je že na začetku pogovora predlagala, da je škoda ure za sedenje v kavarni. Obula je superge in sva šli. Okoli jezera. Jaz in dr. Nancy Adler, ženska, ki bi ji mirno pripisali več življenj.
The 2012 Desautels Business Conference on Sustainability (DBCS) was held at McGill from January 19th to 21st to promote discussion and education among business-minded delegates through a three-day speaker series.
“Whatever you do, please don’t mention this to anyone in HR, they will kill it”. That quote may sound odd but it is real. The ‘it’ being kept secret from HR is an innovative learning program. I am sure the same thing happens with all sorts of HR innovations, not just learning.
On Wednesday, January 18ththe second floor of the Bronfman Building was unveiled through speeches by faculty and student representatives at the semi-formal ceremony in the new facilities. “Welcome Bronfman students to your new space.”
Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks to Neal Ashkanasy, a professor from the University of Queensland in Australia.
The Indo-Canadian report with Rashi Khilnani: Political risks of doing business in the world’s largest democracy
Late last year, the Indian government liberalised its policies on Foreign Direct Investment in the retail sector. Then it reversed the decision. Now it's opened the doors again. William Polushin, a professor at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, explains what these fluctuations mean for Canadian businesses wanting to invest in the world's largest democracy.
WestJet wants to buy a fleet of smaller planes and launch a regional airline that would challenge Air Canada in Canadian cities such as Lethbridge, a major culture shift for a carrier married to 737s for the past 16 years.
During the holidays, I managed to meet up with a few old friends who have decided to go back to school. I had a great time chatting with them about the days we used to teach in Fukushima and the days we pulled all-nighters playing Risk in Tokyo. After the reminiscing, we shared our experiences about getting our MBA. – Article by Desautels MBA student, Boon Hoh
Montrealer Melanie Walsh just returned from India. The McGill MBA student travelled there to meet underprivileged girls who she and her classmates helped get into school. Melanie was joined by Patricia Lohmus, who helped raised funds through social media. The two women spoke with CBCs Homerun about their efforts.
Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks to a very senior professor at the Harvard Business School, Joseph Bower.
Desautels Faculty of Management BCom students took six top 3 podiums at the 24th edition of the Jeux du Commerce, hosted by Laval University in Quebec City from January 5 to 8, 2012.
As we venture into a new year of business opportunities and challenges around the world, I couldn’t think of a better way of describing the mindset that is required by Canadian entrepreneurs, managers, employees and policy makers if we are to effectively make the transition from a trading nation to nation of traders.
Karl Moore of McGill’s Desautels Faculty of Management speaks to Falck Renewables’ CEO, Willie Heller, about the company's European focus.
Karl Moore, a professor at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, said Mr. Saretsky understands the challenges because he worked at Seattle-based Alaska Airlines Inc. It flies Boeing 737s, but its affiliate, Horizon Air, operates Q400 turboprops.